Nike releases “Dare to be Brazilian” advertisement

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21 Responses to Nike releases “Dare to be Brazilian” advertisement

  1. Rey Pygsterio says:

    Love, love, love, love Nike ads from past World Cups. This doesn’t quite measure up, but thanks for posting it anyway. Looking forward to seeing what ads they will be releasing as the World Cup gets closer.

  2. Rey Pygsterio says:

    Personally I like the NYCFC video with the Manchester City players in New York better.

  3. Nate Dollars says:

    without watching the video (blocked at work), i’m going to assume this is aimed at diego costa, just a little too late.

  4. SaboCM says:

    So at 33 seconds in, I thought it was Ronnie from the Jersey Shore but looks like its really fat Ronaldo…not Nike’s best commercial

  5. Landon Klinsman says:

    Kinda weird. I hope the focus group polling says otherwise.

  6. Marcelo Balboa's Mustache says:

    I liked it until the munchkin/animated David Luis.

  7. Tiny says:

    the old jogo bonito brazilian commercials were better, for example the airplane and the one against Portugal

  8. BFBS says:

    Looking forward to the Dare To Be Qatarian ad in eight years.

  9. Good Jeremy says:

    I mostly liked it, but the midgets vs gigantic Argentines thing was a bit weird.
    The Luis becoming a cartoon giant part was pretty bitchin’

  10. Jacknut says:

    Not a single waxing joke!

  11. AcidBurn says:

    Ehhh…not nearly as good as Write the Future or the two previous Brazil ones, the game against Portugal all over the stadium or the one in the airport.

    Although Thiago Silva is too cool for school in his bit. Nice.

  12. Camb says:

    Ives, do you get a cut of money from posting advertisements like they’re news?

  13. Soccerhorn says:

    I’m sure Nike’s moving a lot of product in Argentina with this.

  14. EastBayGrease says:

    A far cry from the old airport commercial in terms of both creative content and the player talent.

  15. Barrett says:

    Surprised at the comments. I loved it. I like the reference to it being just a game in the mind of great players – that joy of playing is part of what makes them great.

  16. dan says:

    dare to be brasilian, no thanks